The Lawfare Project’s director will be joined by Dennis Ross at anti-Palestinian event. Read more about Jewish National Fund to host genocide promoter
Mainstream media spin for Israel as Palestinian civilians are killed in “pinpoint” strikes. Read more about Media use of "targeted killing" whitewashes Israeli attacks
Decision to cut global affairs program emblematic of what is wrong with media landscape. Read more about Why WBEZ should save Worldview
Are NPR and MSNBC capable of a substantive discussion regarding Palestinian rights? Read more about Will Trump push mainstream media to overcome fear of Palestine?
Media focus on Russia ignores evidence of real collusion with Israel. Read more about Trump aide Flynn pleads guilty to lying about effort to help Israel
Palestinians were all but invisible in coverage of Donald Trump’s trip. Read more about US media make Israeli occupation disappear
Israeli minister looks forward to the day when alliance with Arab dictatorships can be out in the open. Read more about Tzipi Livni: Israel shares same “values” as “moderate” Saudi Arabia
Steven Salaita is an associate professor of English at Virginia Tech who has written several books on the failure of liberal civil rights discourse to counter anti-Arab racism, particularly in the United States. In his new book, Israel’s Dead Soul, he evaluates the potential complicity between enlightened ideals and their opposite. Read more about Salaita skewers liberalism in "Israel's Dead Soul"
NPR executive Andy Carvin has become prominent for his activities on Twitter during the recent revolts in the Middle East and North Africa. But what is his role? Is he a journalist or a participant? Read more about NPR's Andy Carvin, reporter or participant in Libya's war?
NPR’s managing editor for digital news Mark Stencel has responded to criticisms made by this blog of the network’s facilitation of a White House instigated event to talk about Obama’s Middle East policy speech that featured just one panelist: Obama’s speechwriter. Read more about NPR responds to EI's criticism of White House "publicity stunt"
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